Blincko Walter T 1895

Walter Thomas Blincko  [4494]

1893-1955

Father Nm: Walter Thomas Blincko [3370] c 27.6.1868 Lambeth-1937 :  Oldest known ancestor – Thomas Blincow, 1729(d), Oxford.

Mother Nm: Nelly Goodridge [8254] 1875-1962.

Marriage : 1925, Gladys Gertrude Brown , Chelsea.

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Spouse Comments: Gladys Gertrude Brown 21.12.1901-1985.

Children: Stanley James Edward 1925.

Born 5 Mar 189
1901 Census Chelsea
  1. Walter Thomas Blincko 32
  2. Nelly Blincko 26
  3. Walter Thomas Blincko 6
  4. William Frank Blincko 3
  5. James Edwin Blincko 11 Months
1911 Census 19 Stayton Street, Chelsea
  1. Blincko Florence Dau F 1903 Chelsea 8
  2. Blincko James Son M 1900 Chelsea 11
  3. Blincko John Son M 1905 Chelsea 6
  4. Blincko Melly (NELLY) Wife F 1875 Chelsea 36
  5. Blincko Robert Son M 1909 Chelsea 2
  6. Blincko Walter Thomas Head Shopkeeper M 1869 42
  7. Blincko Walter Thomas Son Railway Worker M 1895 Chelsea 16
  8. Blincko William Son M 1897 Chelsea 14
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Gallery

13th (Princess Louise’s Kensington) Battalion, London Regiment.

WW1

Blincko Walter Thomas, 1895, Chelsea, Private, 3863, 3/13th (Princess Louise’s Kensington) Battalion, London Regiment.

1915
  • 21st Jan. Enlisted as a Territorial with the 3/13th Battalion at Kensington, home address 36 Elyston St Chelsea. Occupation Warehouse Porter.

    Walter may have been in one of these recruiting assemblies on Richmond Park. Source Richmond Park Blog. Taken in March 1915, the back of the photo has the note ‘Chummy on Point Duty’. We do not know who Chummy was. Presumably he is one of the men in suits waiting to be turned into soldiers, proud and excited at having volunteered.
    Walter may have been in one of these recruiting assemblies on Richmond Park. Source Richmond Park Blog. Taken in March 1915, the back of the photo has the note ‘Chummy on Point Duty’. We do not know who Chummy was. Presumably, he is one of the men in suits waiting to be turned into soldiers, proud and excited at having volunteered.
1916
  • 14th Mar. After serving in the Reserves for 1 year and 53 days, Walter is discharged KR 392 xvi (physically unfit for service). Medical records show suffered from Oxaluria a genetic or hereditary disease.
Medals

SWB (2)

Silver War Badge Roll 1914-1920
First name(s) Walter Thomas
Last name Blincko
Service number 3863
Rank Private
Badge number 212106
Enlistment date 21-Jan-1915
Discharge date 14-Mar-1916
Unit from which discharged 13th Ldn. Rgt.
Cause of discharge Para 392 xvi King’s Regulation Sick.
Badge date of issue 14-Jul-1917

After the War

Married 1925 to Gladys Brown and had one son Stanley James Edward.

1955 Death at age 59 years

Chelsea Volume: 5c Page: 410

Probate

Probate
Name: Walter Thomas Blincko Probate Date: 9 Nov 1937 Death Date: 20 Aug 1937
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Note: there are 14 records that exist for this man that is not shown in the Gallery for copyright reasons.